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    One of the cloth shades on my graphic back ground glass cover has been pulled out of the lip on the edge that holds it in place. I tried to take a very small screw driver and lift up on the lip to slide it back in place, but not even a razor blade will fit under there. Does it come apart a different way and then gets tightened back when the cloth is in place? I can't seem to get it back under there.

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    Re: Torn Shade on Graphic Back

    I've managed to repair two, but it's difficult to open the gap, I used a vice and 2 bits of wood to press the lip back closed.

    Ian

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    Re: Torn Shade on Graphic Back

    Can you post a photograph of the problem?

    Steve
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    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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